"Pruning"

Adolf Sehring


Title:
"Pruning"

Medium:
Lithograph

Unframed Size:
34" x 25"

Edition Size:
275

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

 
Asking Price:
$2,000.00 - Unframed

Unframed
 

Hand signed:




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"Pruning" Lithograph by Adolf Sehring

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This particular work, titled Pruning by Adloph Sehring depicts a rural scene. The structure of the pole fence and the angles they form along with the angle of the ladder leaning on the tree in the center background...and the shapes of the other trees, as well. offer an abundance of angels in this landscape.

The border of trees in the background with their heavy foliage is in contrast to the trees in the foreground, which have obviously lost their leaves and are probably apple trees. This is summarized by probably the last harvest of fruit in the buckets, just at the fence line, in the foreground. The ladder obviously there on the tree in the background along with the pole saw, indicate that the pruning is about to commence. A sign that work always awaits you on a farm or ranch. Adolf Sehring brings you into the scene and readies you for that work.

Adolph Sehring was born in Russia to a Russian mother and German father, who was an art Director in the German movie Industry. Young Adolf won various prizes and honors in art competition and studied at The Art Academy.

His works are in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Grand Palais in Paris, U.S. Embassy to Sweden, Chrysler Museum, Mellons, Temple University, Museum of St. Mary's, Bayly Museum of Virginia, Hamilton Insurance Co., U.S. State Department and the Vatican, among many other private and public collections.

Sehring has appeared on nationally syndicated talk shows, such as A.M., Good Morning Washington, Afternoon, P.M. Magazine, Panorama and public television in Japan as a featured guest.





"Pruning"

Adolf Sehring

Title:
"Pruning"

Medium:
Lithograph

Unframed Size:
34" x 25"

Edition Size:
275

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

 
Asking Price:
$2,000.00 - Unframed

Unframed
 

Hand signed:




Make an Offer / Ask A Question










"Pruning" Lithograph by Adolf Sehring

This particular work, titled Pruning by Adloph Sehring depicts a rural scene. The structure of the pole fence and the angles they form along with the angle of the ladder leaning on the tree in the center background...and the shapes of the other trees, as well. offer an abundance of angels in this landscape.

The border of trees in the background with their heavy foliage is in contrast to the trees in the foreground, which have obviously lost their leaves and are probably apple trees. This is summarized by probably the last harvest of fruit in the buckets, just at the fence line, in the foreground. The ladder obviously there on the tree in the background along with the pole saw, indicate that the pruning is about to commence. A sign that work always awaits you on a farm or ranch. Adolf Sehring brings you into the scene and readies you for that work.

Adolph Sehring was born in Russia to a Russian mother and German father, who was an art Director in the German movie Industry. Young Adolf won various prizes and honors in art competition and studied at The Art Academy.

His works are in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Grand Palais in Paris, U.S. Embassy to Sweden, Chrysler Museum, Mellons, Temple University, Museum of St. Mary's, Bayly Museum of Virginia, Hamilton Insurance Co., U.S. State Department and the Vatican, among many other private and public collections.

Sehring has appeared on nationally syndicated talk shows, such as A.M., Good Morning Washington, Afternoon, P.M. Magazine, Panorama and public television in Japan as a featured guest.